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Prince Harry had an awkward moment as he sat in the crowd at the Invictus Games today as a baby he was cooing at burst into tears.

Prince Harry had an awkward moment as he sat in the crowd at the Invictus Games today as a baby he was cooing at burst into tears.

Prince Harry had an awkward moment as he sat in the crowd at the Invictus Games today as a baby he was cooing at burst into tears. 

Harry, who was looking to shrug off the storm over his latest US TV interview, appeared relaxed as he shared fist bumps with competitors in the Netherlands before taking his seat in the audience next to Olivia Boggi and mother Anna Boggi. The baby initially seemed interested in the Duke but his charm soon failed him and Olivia burst into tears - leaving Harry to awkwardly look away.

Harry, who was looking to shrug off the storm over his latest US TV interview, appeared relaxed as he shared fist bumps with competitors in the Netherlands before taking his seat in the audience next to Olivia Boggi and mother Anna Boggi. The baby initially seemed interested in the Duke but his charm soon failed him and Olivia burst into tears - leaving Harry to awkwardly look away.

Harry, who was looking to shrug off the storm over his latest US TV interview, appeared relaxed as he shared fist bumps with competitors in the Netherlands before taking his seat in the audience next to Olivia Boggi and mother Anna Boggi. The baby initially seemed interested in the Duke but his charm soon failed him and Olivia burst into tears – leaving Harry to awkwardly look away. 

After an intervention from her mother, Olivia's tears ceased, leaving Harry to enjoy the rest of the event.

After an intervention from her mother, Olivia's tears ceased, leaving Harry to enjoy the rest of the event.

After an intervention from her mother, Olivia’s tears ceased, leaving Harry to enjoy the rest of the event. 

Prince Harry was seen in conversation with the mother as he attended the Indoor Rowing on day five of the Invictus Games The Hague.

Prince Harry was seen in conversation with the mother as he attended the Indoor Rowing on day five of the Invictus Games The Hague.

Prince Harry was seen in conversation with the mother as he attended the Indoor Rowing on day five of the Invictus Games The Hague.

The duke shared a fist bump with other competitors in a relaxed appearance. Photos from the event show the prince carrying a water bottle with the word 'Earth' emblazoned on it.

The duke shared a fist bump with other competitors in a relaxed appearance. Photos from the event show the prince carrying a water bottle with the word 'Earth' emblazoned on it.

The duke shared a fist bump with other competitors in a relaxed appearance. Photos from the event show the prince carrying a water bottle with the word ‘Earth’ emblazoned on it. 

It appears to be from the Earth Group, a Canada-based corporation that says it exists 'to provide food, water, and education to children globally'. The company says it has a worldwide agreement with the United Nations World Food Programme to fund their school feeding programs.

It appears to be from the Earth Group, a Canada-based corporation that says it exists 'to provide food, water, and education to children globally'. The company says it has a worldwide agreement with the United Nations World Food Programme to fund their school feeding programs.

It appears to be from the Earth Group, a Canada-based corporation that says it exists ‘to provide food, water, and education to children globally’. The company says it has a worldwide agreement with the United Nations World Food Programme to fund their school feeding programs. 

Elsewhere, with a Netflix crew filming his arrival to a rowing event, Harry chatted with a blonde companion as he made his low-key arrival at the games today.

Elsewhere, with a Netflix crew filming his arrival to a rowing event, Harry chatted with a blonde companion as he made his low-key arrival at the games today.

Elsewhere, with a Netflix crew filming his arrival to a rowing event, Harry chatted with a blonde companion as he made his low-key arrival at the games today. 

His ever present security team pedaled ahead as the entourage arrived at a rear entrance of the copper colored arena in the Zuiderpark in the Hague.

His ever present security team pedaled ahead as the entourage arrived at a rear entrance of the copper colored arena in the Zuiderpark in the Hague.

His ever present security team pedaled ahead as the entourage arrived at a rear entrance of the copper colored arena in the Zuiderpark in the Hague. 

His Archewell aides (not pictured) followed in a golf buggy and scampered after the Prince who wore a black Invictus polo shirt and chinos. Harry attended the indoor rowing and is also due to attend wheelchair rugby.

His Archewell aides (not pictured) followed in a golf buggy and scampered after the Prince who wore a black Invictus polo shirt and chinos. Harry attended the indoor rowing and is also due to attend wheelchair rugby.

His Archewell aides (not pictured) followed in a golf buggy and scampered after the Prince who wore a black Invictus polo shirt and chinos. Harry attended the indoor rowing and is also due to attend wheelchair rugby. 

The images emerged as the duke's latest bombshell US TV interview aired to the world. In it, Harry claimed he was 'protecting' the Queen and making sure she has the 'right people around her' as he opened up about his and Meghan's surprise visit with Her Majesty last week.

The images emerged as the duke's latest bombshell US TV interview aired to the world. In it, Harry claimed he was 'protecting' the Queen and making sure she has the 'right people around her' as he opened up about his and Meghan's surprise visit with Her Majesty last week.

The images emerged as the duke’s latest bombshell US TV interview aired to the world. In it, Harry claimed he was ‘protecting’ the Queen and making sure she has the ‘right people around her’ as he opened up about his and Meghan’s surprise visit with Her Majesty last week. 

His remarks were branded a 'gross insult' to Prince Charles and Prince William and came despite him Meghan sensationally quitting royal duties and moving to California - a move that plunged the royal family into chaos.

His remarks were branded a 'gross insult' to Prince Charles and Prince William and came despite him Meghan sensationally quitting royal duties and moving to California - a move that plunged the royal family into chaos.

His remarks were branded a ‘gross insult’ to Prince Charles and Prince William and came despite him Meghan sensationally quitting royal duties and moving to California – a move that plunged the royal family into chaos.

He also refused to say if he was missing his father and brother, claimed that California was now his home and said that the 'presence' of his mother Princess Diana was always him. The Duke also seemed to suggest he would not be able to attend the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations amid a security row.

He also refused to say if he was missing his father and brother, claimed that California was now his home and said that the 'presence' of his mother Princess Diana was always him. The Duke also seemed to suggest he would not be able to attend the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations amid a security row.

He also refused to say if he was missing his father and brother, claimed that California was now his home and said that the ‘presence’ of his mother Princess Diana was always him. The Duke also seemed to suggest he would not be able to attend the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations amid a security row.

His interview sparked a storm, with royal fans taking to social media to hit out at the duke - but Harry ignored the furore to attend the Invictus Games.

His interview sparked a storm, with royal fans taking to social media to hit out at the duke - but Harry ignored the furore to attend the Invictus Games.

His interview sparked a storm, with royal fans taking to social media to hit out at the duke – but Harry ignored the furore to attend the Invictus Games.

Harry and Meghan had visited the Queen for supposed 'olive branch' talks at Windsor Castle and met with Charles for just 15 minutes before flying out to Holland for the Invictus Games on what is the couple's first public appearance in Europe together in two years. Pictured: Prince Harry was joined by ex-soldier David Wiseman as he attended the Games today - the pair enjoying a laugh.

Harry and Meghan had visited the Queen for supposed 'olive branch' talks at Windsor Castle and met with Charles for just 15 minutes before flying out to Holland for the Invictus Games on what is the couple's first public appearance in Europe together in two years. Pictured: Prince Harry was joined by ex-soldier David Wiseman as he attended the Games today - the pair enjoying a laugh.

Harry and Meghan had visited the Queen for supposed ‘olive branch’ talks at Windsor Castle and met with Charles for just 15 minutes before flying out to Holland for the Invictus Games on what is the couple’s first public appearance in Europe together in two years. Pictured: Prince Harry was joined by ex-soldier David Wiseman as he attended the Games today – the pair enjoying a laugh.

After the 'peace' summit, it was then reported that the Sussexes had been invited to appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, in what was widely interpreted as a sign that tensions had cooled somewhat. Pictured: A grinning Prince Harry as he attends an indoor rowing event and cheers on competitors of the Invictus Games in The Hague.

After the 'peace' summit, it was then reported that the Sussexes had been invited to appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, in what was widely interpreted as a sign that tensions had cooled somewhat. Pictured: A grinning Prince Harry as he attends an indoor rowing event and cheers on competitors of the Invictus Games in The Hague.

After the ‘peace’ summit, it was then reported that the Sussexes had been invited to appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, in what was widely interpreted as a sign that tensions had cooled somewhat. Pictured: A grinning Prince Harry as he attends an indoor rowing event and cheers on competitors of the Invictus Games in The Hague.

But in his latest interview on US TV, the Duke of Sussex was asked on NBC's Today about the best thing about his grandmother, and said: 'Her sense of humor and her ability to see the humor in so many different things. We have a really special relationship. We talk about things that she can't talk about with anybody else, so that is always a nice peace to her. But I think she's... I think after a certain age you get bored of birthdays.' Pictured: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex talks to Gabriel George of Team United States during the Indoor Rowing on day five of the Invictus Games.

But in his latest interview on US TV, the Duke of Sussex was asked on NBC's Today about the best thing about his grandmother, and said: 'Her sense of humor and her ability to see the humor in so many different things. We have a really special relationship. We talk about things that she can't talk about with anybody else, so that is always a nice peace to her. But I think she's... I think after a certain age you get bored of birthdays.' Pictured: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex talks to Gabriel George of Team United States during the Indoor Rowing on day five of the Invictus Games.

But in his latest interview on US TV, the Duke of Sussex was asked on NBC’s Today about the best thing about his grandmother, and said: ‘Her sense of humor and her ability to see the humor in so many different things. We have a really special relationship. We talk about things that she can’t talk about with anybody else, so that is always a nice peace to her. But I think she’s… I think after a certain age you get bored of birthdays.’ Pictured: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex talks to Gabriel George of Team United States during the Indoor Rowing on day five of the Invictus Games.

'She's always got a great sense of humor with me and I'm just making sure she's protected and got the right people around her. Both Meghan and I had tea with her, so it was really nice to catch up with her.' Pictured: The Duke of Sussex chats to an unknown woman on a yellow bench at the Invictus Games, with the woman appearing to be comforting him.

'She's always got a great sense of humor with me and I'm just making sure she's protected and got the right people around her. Both Meghan and I had tea with her, so it was really nice to catch up with her.' Pictured: The Duke of Sussex chats to an unknown woman on a yellow bench at the Invictus Games, with the woman appearing to be comforting him.

‘She’s always got a great sense of humor with me and I’m just making sure she’s protected and got the right people around her. Both Meghan and I had tea with her, so it was really nice to catch up with her.’ Pictured: The Duke of Sussex chats to an unknown woman on a yellow bench at the Invictus Games, with the woman appearing to be comforting him.

And asked whether he would attend her Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Britain in June amid the ongoing security row with the Home Office, Harry said: 'I don't know yet. There's lots of things with Security issues and everything else. This is what I'm trying to do, trying to make it possible that I can get my kids to meet her.' The Queen has yet to meet her great-granddaughter Lilibet (right), who was born in California in June last year, and she has not seen Archie (left) since he was an infant.

And asked whether he would attend her Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Britain in June amid the ongoing security row with the Home Office, Harry said: 'I don't know yet. There's lots of things with Security issues and everything else. This is what I'm trying to do, trying to make it possible that I can get my kids to meet her.' The Queen has yet to meet her great-granddaughter Lilibet (right), who was born in California in June last year, and she has not seen Archie (left) since he was an infant.

And asked whether he would attend her Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Britain in June amid the ongoing security row with the Home Office, Harry said: ‘I don’t know yet. There’s lots of things with Security issues and everything else. This is what I’m trying to do, trying to make it possible that I can get my kids to meet her.’ The Queen has yet to meet her great-granddaughter Lilibet (right), who was born in California in June last year, and she has not seen Archie (left) since he was an infant.

Source: DailyMail

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